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>> bret: thanks for inviting us in your home tonight. "special report" online continues after this. that's it for this "special report," fair, balanced, still trying to anything that out, but we are unafraid. traffic conditions. here is mr. bill. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> taxes will be cut. the net benefit will be more money in americans' pockets. >> bill: governor rick perry enters the no spin zone for the first time as a presidential contender. can he turn his campaign around? we'll ask the toughest questions we can think of. >> let's be the land of the free again. >> too many are willing to turn their banks on our immigrant past. by the way, we are not going to let that happen at the united states department of justice. >> bill: alabama vs. attorney general holder. showdown over illegal immigration. is it legal on who is likely to win? >> have you written this new book called killing lincoln. >> bill: you didn't even read it lauer. >> bill: lively morning over at nbc today show, we will show you what happened. >> i know you haven't mentioned it on your sh
. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill owe o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama held a press conference today basically to put the republic party on the defensive about job creation. >> the reason i keep going around the country talking about this jobs bill is because people really need help right now. our economy really needs a jolt right now. this is not a game. this is not the time for the usual political gridlock. >> bill: the problem for mr. obama is spending another half trillion dollars in order to create more jobs. that's what he wants to do. as a national debt approaches 15 trillion, the cns news service reports that the obama administration has added more debt in less than three years than any president from george washington, d.c. to bush the elder added. think about that three years vs. 204 years. to be fair the debt analysis is not considered the inflation factor but everybody should be getting the message. mr. obama is the biggest spending president in history. but, he is correct when he says the american economy needs jobs. it does
obama over drone attacks on al qaeda. john stossel will handle that for us tonight. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us today. lots of political intrigue today that is the subject of tonight's talking points memo. governor chris christie announced he's not, not, running for president. a few days ago talking points advised the governor to remain in new jersey and clean that state up before venturing into presidential territory. it was very good news for the rest of the g.o.p. field as he would have been an opponent. americans looking for straight talk and no nonsense which mr. christie provides in large doses. new poll asked likely republican voters who who they're supporting. 25% say mitt romney. and mr. cain up 12 points in less than a month. governor perry down 13 points. and mr. cain is a compelling political figure come as cross as friendly and talks about tax reform with his 999 campaign. governor perry another story. americans were willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. and also, mr. perry not made himself to available in fo
have been threatened, they were telling us if we tried to take our cameras into the plaza and into the camp area, they would take our cameras and break them. >> bill: the occupy wall street protesters getting more violent and it is becoming a problem. we will have the latest. >> you've had a lot of teachers who used to work here, but because there is no money, they're not working. >> bill: vice president biden takes his case for more federal spending on jobs to fourth graders. is that ethical? >> watch it! >> bill: also tonight, geraldo on the demise of gadhafi. jesse watters going to a very strange place. >> you could have killed bin laden. >> yeah, i could have. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. violence picks up in the occupy wall street protest. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you may know, my pal, glenn beck, believes the protest movement is just the beginning of a world wide far left revolt. beck bases his assessment on
>> i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. talk with governor rick perry in a moment. first, talking points memo, america in decline. according to a new poll in the hill newspaper 69% of americans believe the nation is in decline and an astounding 83% are now worried about the country's future. the decline number includes 47% of democrats especially bad news for barack obama. talking points believes the folks are right again. we are in decline. but, why? the answer is the decline self-reliance. if you understand history you know that america was founded on the independent principles of honor and hard work. after we achieved independence from england the federal and state governments basically stepped aside allowing business and communities to grow without much interference. if you failed there was no safety net. you are on your own. so the folks became strong out of self-preservation. the foundation of america's growing power was a code of conduct based on honest labor and neighborly charity. we looked out for each other. but did not tolerate cowardice or narcissism. judeo-c
: >> the idea that you stand here before us and talk about that you are strong on immigration is on its face the hype of hypocrisy. >> tough couple of debates for rick. i understand that so you are going to get -- you are going to get testy. >> bill: far more than testy. romney and perry may now detest each other. but who had the stronger argument about illegal immigration? dick morris, bill burton and i will analyze. >> the reason that our plan is being attacked so much is because lobbyists, accountants, politicians, they don't want to throw out the current tax code. >> bill: herman cain gets hammered over 9-9-9 tax proposal. we will take a look at the strength and weaknesses of the tax plan. >> everybody should lighten up. >> bill: also, dennis miller has some thoughts about last night's debate and the occupy wall street folks. >> i would probably have been one of those kids. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. what exactly happened in t
'reilly factor" is on. tonight, the yankee capitalist protesters getting more violent and costing u.s. taxpayers millions of dollars. we'll have the latest on a situation that could directly impact who the next president will be. >> i think that the jews who are running these big banks, they need to be run out of this country. >> anti-semitism on display at some of the occupy wall street protests. bernie goldberg on that. >> people take pot shots left and right 'cause they're a little bit afraid that this long shot may not be a long shot any longer. >> a new rasmussen poll says herman cain would beat president obama if the election were held today. brit hume will analyze. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama and the occupy wall street crowd that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. let's take this step by step. first of all, the people behind the protests are smart. they have designed a plan that deflects the bad economy away from president obama onto greedy wall st
washington. having us in. here is bill. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight day 24 of the wall street protests and now politicians on the left are throwing their weight behind them. >> god bless them. they need help. >> but how smart is it to give aid and comfort to anti-wall street demonstrators? brit hume will analyze. >> the white house has point to do that as the model for obamacare. >> i agree with mitt romney. >> rick perry's campaign puts out a powerful new attack ad on mitt romney and his health care plan. will that help perry's falling poll numbers? karl rove will be here. >> you're going to subpoena the attorney general to testify again? >> and it may be pane time in the -- subpoena time in the fast and furious scandal as a full blown congressional inquiry looms. >> laura: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, everyone. i'm laura ingraham in tonight for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. the politics of distraction. that's a subject of this evening's talking points memo. over the weekend, dinosaur media, which are
for watching us tonight. the talking points memo on how the democrats are spinning the economy will be in the next segment where brit hume will analyze. brit will also comment on rick perry's recent controversy dealing with race. first, the lead story tonight, 24-year-old aamanda knox free this evening. an italian appeals court overturned her appeal conviction. ms. knox had been sentenced to 26 years in the death of a british exchange student in perugia, italy. she had been incarcerated four years and gained worldwide attention. with us now fox news chief judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano who has been closely following the case. for those who haven't been closely following it. pick it up. gruesome crime, this woman had her throat cut. pick it up from there. >> amanda knox was charged with the crime. the victim is her roommate. the co-defendant is amanda knox's boyfriend. she points to a bartender in a bar who had nothing to do with it she basically in the 56th hour, 567 hours of interrogation, tells the police well, if it happened, here is how it happened and here was my
i'm shepard smith. thanks for having us in tonight. back tomorrow at noon pacific, 3:00 eastern time. you weren't watching that program today "studio b," were you? should be embarrassed. noon pacific, 3:00 eastern don't miss it tomorrow. >> bill: o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> how do you change at the age of 50 or 60 positions on life, on guns on traditional marriage? >> bill: as tensions are rising. some say perry can't win he will make sure romney is badly damaged. laura ingraham will analyze. >> apologetic about your loss. you like to live well. >> bill: barbara walters has a special on millionaires even as wall street people demonize the wealthy. we will talk with mr. walters tonight. >> did our president kill people? talk back to me. you have made your president an assassin. >> bill: once again the nation of islam lashing out over president obama this time over qaddafi's death. >> now muammar qaddafi lie dead. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. tha
, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. phase two of the occupy wall street protests. america, the police state. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. on tuesday, about 1,000 protesters gathered in oakland, california, and major concerns began to arise. there was a rat problem, vandalism, fights, and fire hazards. medical responders were denied access to the protest site on two occasions. so the city of oakland decided to move the proceed testers and police did that. but later on that day. so occupiers tried to return to the plaza outside city hall. police told them they could not return and violence broke out. at least 200 arrests were made. scores of people injured. including a number of police officers. property was destroyed. and the cops used tear gas and beaten bag -- bean bag rounds to disperse the protesters. howard jordan? >> our job is to protect life and property and make sure that the citizens of oakland are safe. our officers were assaulted with bottles, rocks, and had hazardous materials thrown at them. >> bill: enter the radical mo
services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the first 1,000 days of president obama's administration that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. monday marks that anniversary. let's do a no spin assessment of the president's tenure thus far. the two most important issues are the economy and fighting terrorism. first ladder he has done well. bad guys are on the run. gitmo remains open and the number of terror plots have been foiled. both the cia and the fbi are doing excellent job. high marks for the president here. on the economic side, things remain dismal. just the facts, jack. since the president has been in office, the national debt has increased $4.2 trillion. country now spending $4.2 billion every day more than it takes in. if that doesn't take your breath away, nothing will. so far 2.2 million jobs have been lost on mr. obama's watch. even though he added 140,000 jobs to the government payroll. nearly 3 million more americans live in poverty than they did before the president took office. 4 million bankruptcies, 2.4 million homes foreclos
'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. another big victory for the good guys. us. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. anwar al awlaki has left the building. 40-year-old american born al qaeda propaganda chief killed in yemen by a hell-fire missile. shot from a predator drone. that makes 36 al qaeda leaders killed by drone strikes since 2004. in addition, another 10 taliban leaders have been taken out by drones. al awlaki was born in mexico, returned to the family home in yemen when he was 7 years old. came back to the u.s.a. to study the san colorado state and then disan san diego state. after 9/11 al awlaki showed up on a number of internet sites praising allah for allowing innocent americans to be killed. veries -- very nice. he was a vicious terrorist who got exactly what he deserved. this was a joint military cia operation and current defense a second and former cia chief leon panetta is eallergicking as a true american hero in the war on terror. the 73-year-old former clinton chief of staff is president obama's best hire. he has done a
: and there are are reports of rampant drug use and other illegal conduct within the ranks of the occupy wall street protest movement. the culture warriors on that. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the herman cain factor is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. mr. cain is surging in the poll. tied with mitt romney at 29% among likely republican primary voters. rick perry clocks in with just 9%. obviously mr. cain has take and lot of perry's support and a "wall street journal" poll has cain leading romney 27 to 23. there is another element to the poll. when asked about the general election, voters say president obama would defeat mitt romney 46-44. a dead heat considering the margin of error but herman cain loses to the president 49-38 and therein lies th the conund. mr. cain is impressive in the debates and now has become a strong presence within the republican party. but the truth is that president obama would love to run against herman cain because independent voters are far less likely to vo
nobel prize. thanks for inviting us into your he. don't forget, center street, tomorrow, former new mexico governor gary johnson, the next pres o'reilly factor is on. tonight... >> the right to protect yourself. protect your family and property. we call it the second amendment. >> a new "wall street journal" poll says herman cain is now leading we'll analyze the cani factor what. is driving his popularity? >> and rich or poor, middle class? no. >> and bad news for the democratic party and president obama. bill clinton is off the reservation. >> there is no role for the economy. and there are reports of rampant drug use in the ranks of the occupy wall street protest movement. the culture warriors on that. caution. you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. the herman cain factor that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. rasmussen is tied with 29% among likely voters. obviously mr. cain is taking a lot of perry's support. a "wall street journal" poll finds him leading but there i
economic vision is working, some stunning new statistics say disaster is almost upon us. we will give you the facts. [chanting] we are the 99%. >> bill: lawyers for hundreds of arrested protesters are threatening to clog up the justice system with trials. is it legal is investigating. also tonight, karl rove on whether any states that voted for john mccain are likely to support mr. obama next year. and charles krauthammer on who the democratic party will make the primary villain in the election of 2012. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services built o. o'reilly thanks for watching us tonight. president obama spending our money that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with a number of european countries on the verge of bankruptcy damaging the bankruptcy. attention shifting to the u.s. bankruptcy could be looming here as well. please listen closely to these statistics. in the year 2007, during the bush administration, federal deficit spending was $161 billion. despite the iraq and afghan wars. four
secretary tim geithner. he's going to go over there. >> thanks for being with us tonight. we'll see you on monday. o'reilly next. go to on the record for open thread. see you monday. weekend. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight. [chanting] >> whose street? our street. >> bill: the occupy wall street protesters avoid getting kicked out of a new york city park. we have two strong opinions on the group. first from glenn beck. then from geraldo rivera. >> the crowd is easy to mock. >> she said he is the most conservative candidate in the race and is he a christian. >> governor rick perry sticking up for his wife who said the governor is getting pounded because he is an outspoken christian. mike huckabee on that. >> would you like to bet me on that stat? >> i will bet you a paycheck? [ laughter ] >> bill: happy to do it. quite a shootout last night on the long-term show. we will letterman show. >> if i win donate your paycheck to charity. [ laughter ] >> caution, you where to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi
use in the ranks of the occupy wall street protest movement. the culture warriors on that. caution. you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. the herman cain factor that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. rasmussen is tied with 29% among likely voters. obviously mr. cain is taking a lot of perry's support. a "wall street journal" poll finds him leading but there is another element to the journal poll when asked about the general election, voters say the president would defeat mitt romney 46-44. that is a dead heat, considering the margin of error. herman cain loses to the president 49-38 herman cain's support is rock solid among conservative republicans they love him. and no nonsense social positions. he's impressive in debates, now has become strong presence within the republican party. but the truth is that president obama would love to run against herman cain because independent voters are far less likely to vote for him than mitt romney. as propertied red if mr. obama d
now. captions by closed captioning services hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. happy birthday fox news. we are 15 years old today. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. next tuesday we'll be in boston, officially celebrating fnc's birthday. we have a wild look back at 15 years on the factor. set those dvr's. tonight it's worth pointing out that the fox news channel has succeeded against all odds. when we launched in 1996. we had less than 20 million potential viewers. we were simply not on most cable systems because powerful companies like cnn and nbc didn't want us on. but we persevered. now fnc crushes cnn, msnbc, and cnbc in the ratings. the reason for that is two fold. first, fox news is the only tv news network that gives equal credibility to the conservative point of view. that appeals to millions of conservatives who want fir opinion respected. not sneered at by arrogant elitists. you fill in the name. the second reap we have succeeded is the people who work here. we're simply better than the opposition. our reporters are better. our
. thanks for having us in. see you back here tomorrow from busch stadium right now it's mr. bill. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> we should ask the very wealthiest americans, top 2% to pay a little bit more. >> bill: as the president tries to convince the good people of north carolina and virginia that his economic vision is working, some stunning new statistics say disaster is almost upon us. we will give you the facts. [chanting] we are the 99%. >> bill: lawyers for hundreds of arrested protesters are threatening to clog up the justice system with trials. is it legal is investigating. also tonight, karl rove on whether any states that voted for john mccain are likely to support mr. obama next year. and charles krauthammer on who the democratic party will make the primary villain in the election of 2012. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services built o. o'reilly thanks for watching us tonight. president obama spending our money that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with a nu
. he wants power and the groups are using the far left zealots to try to achieve that. these people are not asking for voluntary h help. they want to take stuff by force if necessary. it is true the far left is very disappointed with president obama because he has not been radical enough. mr. obama rightly knows the vast majority of americans do not want socialism and while some of his programs are designed to redistribute income the president knows he would be doomed if he through in with the hardcore radicals. in the end the protesters don't mean very much. america is a great country. if you want to be a far left zealot you can be. just don't hurt anybody. the pro he tests remind me of the late 1960s when the power to the people movement was at its apex. eventually many of the woodstock protesters turned into ardent capitalists. just ask anybody on wall street. that is the memo. now, for the top story tonight. fury growing over fast and furious, the botched federal sting that sent american guns south of the border to trace who was buying them in mexico. the attorney general said h
celebrating 15th anniversary of fox news channel with us. we'll see you again tomorrow night. o'reilly factor is next. go to greta wire.com tell us how much you love us. 15 years of fox news channel, we'll do 15 more for you. good night from phoenix. >> bill: o'reilly factor is on. tonight... say goodbye to gaddafi of libya. dead in the street. possibly killed from the air. and we'll have the inside story. occupy wall street movement isn't just about wall street. it's getting bolder, more out there. we'll have an update. >> hillary clinton asking president karzai, herman cain. wait until you hear this. caution. you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill owe riley. thanks for watching us tonight. if you live by the story, you die by the story. that is the subject of the talking points memo. another brutal dictator meets a violent end. apparently killed in his hometown. no question, his end was grisly. gaddafi was likely executed but he didn't get a trial. those chasing him simply took him out. throughout history, they have met viole
obama over the drone attacks on al-qaeda. john stossel will handle that for us tonight. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. factor -- "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. lots of political breaching that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as expected, governor chris christie announced he is not, not running for president. few days ago, talking points advised him to stay in new jersey and clean that state up before he ventures into presidential territory. his decision was very good news for the rest of the gop field, as he would have been a formidable appoint. americans are looking for straight talk and no nonsense, which he provides in large doses. new "washington post"-abc news poll asked likely republican voters who they are supporting. 25% say mitt romney. herman cain and rick perry tied at 16%. mr. cain up 12 points in less than a month. governor perry down 13 points. you can see where some conservative voters are going. mr. cain is a compelling political figure. he comes across authoritative but friendly an
police blotter. >> bret: capitalism at work. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for this "special report," fair, balanced, and oc. 2011. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> romney care has driven the cost of small business insurance premiums up by 14%. >> we have the lowest number of kids as a percentage uninsured of any state in america. you have the highest. >> bill: once again, governor mitt romney stands his ground and now it's gained momentum because chris christie endorsed him. >> mitt romney is the man we need to lead motorcycle and -- him now. >> charles krauthammer and bernie goldberg. >> if you are going to make an accusation, professor, back it up! what law did they break? big shootout last night with professor cornell west and tavis smiley. body language was on the edge of her seat. >> dennis miller on the occupy wall street crowd and hank williams bashing fox news. >> "fox & friends" want to put me down. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >>
in libya, the graphic we used said 1.8 billion. it's 1.8 million >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" factor is on. tonight... say good-bye to the brutal dictator gadhafi of libya. dead in the street. possibly killed from the air. we will have the inside story. >> the occupy wall street movement isn't just about wall street. it's getting bolder and more out there. we'll have an update. >> i think it was herman cain. >> herman cain. >> former pizza company executive. >> bill: hillary clinton and afghan president karzai dissing herman cain. wait until you hear this. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. you live by the sword or you die by the sword. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. another brattle dictator meets a violent end. apparently he was killed in his hometown. details are sketchy, but there is no question his end was grisly. as saddam hussein, gadhafi was likely executed, but he didn't get a trial. they took him out. all throughout history, terrible war amongers
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